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Ecoremedy to Construct Sludge Conversion Facility at Morrisville

All eyes will be on Morrisville over the next year as Pennsylvania-based Ecoremedy carries out a demonstration project at the Morrisville Municipal Authority (MMA) aimed at significantly reducing the environmental and financial costs of biosolids management while saving ratepayers and being a good steward to the environment. Through a partnership with the MMA, Ecoremedy will...
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Ecoremedy Installation Begins at Morrisville

Ecoremedy begins installation of their Municipal Biosolids to Beneficial Products Facility in Morrisville, PA. The facility is designed to convert Morrisville’s dewatered biosolids to renewable energy for process use and a nutrient rich, activated carbon product. The process requires no supplemental fuel. Design capacity is 75 tons per day of dewatered biosolids with Initial operations...
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Ecoremedy Welcomes Process Engineer

Chris comes to Ecoremedy from Hydro-Chem, a division of Linde Engineering North America, where his experience with process design and control logic programming will enhance the Ecoremedy design team. While earning his engineering degree from Penn State University, Chris gained valuable thermodynamic experience while participating in a special project with Oak Ridge Laboratory in Tennessee....
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Ecoremedy Welcomes New Business Development Director

Ecoremedy is pleased to announce Nomad Enterprises’ Chris Holcomb as our newest member of the Sales and Marketing team.  With a master’s degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Northern Arizona University, Chris strengthens our corporate acumen regarding environmental permitting, regulation, and legislation.  Chris will assist with market research, project development, equipment sales, and technical...
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Ecoremedy Technology Fuels Green Future With Rockwell Investment

PITTSBURGH, PA – March 6, 2018 – Rockwell Venture Capital announced today an asset purchase of Ecoremedy, an innovative waste conversion technology that repurposes problematic municipal, agricultural, and industrial byproducts into renewable energy and recovered nutrients while reducing carbon footprint, waste management risk, and operating costs. The Rockwell investment provides the newly formed company, Ecoremedy,...
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Waste To Energy Technology Positioned For Growth

Backed by Decade of R&D, Ecoremedy® Converts Difficult Wastes to Revenue Streams Nov. 12, 2015, Mechanicsburg, PA — David E. Mooney, inventor of the patented Ecoremedy® energy conversion and nutrient recovery technology, today announced a buyout of all shares from Roswell, GA-based rem Engineering, Inc.  In tandem with the buyout, the Ecoremedy® technology is newly released from...
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